Here we have collected some information about organic and the various labels you as a consumer can find on our products

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The aim of organic production is to use the earth’s existing resources such as land, water supplies and wildlife in a sustainable way. For example, by refraining from use of strong chemicals in the agriculture, biodiversity is maintained. It also prevents harmful substances from being released into soils and waterways. In organic farming the crops grow at their own pace without pesticides. The result is purer food that contains more nutrients and also tastes better. By choosing organic you are doing both the environment and yourself a favor.

How can I be sure that a product meets the requirements?

In order to have an eco-label on a product the producer needs to meet all the requirements in the law regarding organic production. It means that the producer is connected to a CA and are obliged to provide a control number on the packaging. Production, as well as the final product, is checked carefully and then regular inspections occur – both planned and ad hoc.

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KRAV is one of the most recognized quality marks and means that goods are produced in an organic and sustainable way. By selecting KRAV, you contribute to a more energy-efficient agriculture, reduced distribution of chemicals in nature and better living conditions for livestock. The label places great demands on both the final product and the production, which is reviewed and approved by an independent certification body. Once a product has been certified, inspection occurs once a year to ensure good quality.

To be KRAV-certified also means social responsibility. The working conditions, regardless of which country it is, should comply with human rights. As a consumer, you can be confident that KRAV-certified companies do not use forced labor, that the work environment is free from chemicals and the employees have the right to be unionized.

Do you want to know more? Read more on KRAVs website here

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